Due to the Covid-19 closures, we have moved our A&S meetings online for the duration of the social distancing activity. We are currently using a Baronial Discord channel and are adjusting our schedule to feature classes that work well in this format. Classes that require hands-on participation will be postponed until in-person classes resume.
Revised Upcoming Schedule
March 19 – HMA in the SCA – Class Slides
March 26 – Japanese Clothing
April 2 – Walk like an Egyptian – Everyday Egyptian items.
April 9 – 10 Minute Topics on Jewelry. Send Mistress Kaleeb up to three photographs of Jewelry that you can talk about for 10 minutes by Apr 8. She will organize and present the photos online while each person, in turn, talks about their chosen object(s).
April 16 – Dayboards
April 23 – 10 Minute Topics on Medieval Entertainment
April 30 – Viking Age Norse clothing and accessories: How we know what we know
May 7 – SCA Wikis and the Atlantian Wiki – Learn about wiki websites and see a demonstration of setting up a personal page on the new Atlantian wiki. – Class Slides
May 14 – Something Norse from Ulfhildr
May 21 – Even more Norse stuff from Ulfhildr
May 28 – Making Twisted Cordage and Rope
June 4 – Websites and Photographs – Class Slides
June 11 – Cooking with Aeduin: Everything Old is New Again, modern food trends that aren’t – This class will take place on Zoom rather than Discord, but the meeting link will be posted to the Baronial Discord channel.
June 18 – Hawks and Hounds
June 25 – Virtual Field Trip TBD – We hope to find a non Tir-y-Don A&S activity to watch
July 2 – Thread Covered Buttons by Amie Sparrow – Facebook live class
July 9 – Medieval Gardening
July 16 – Scribal – Beginner scroll layout plus how to use an Ames lettering guide.
July 13 – Discussion of Roxbury Mills Case Study – How to build your group using different gaming personalities
July 30 – Pennsic University
Aug 6 – Pennsic University
Aug 13 – 10 Minute Topics about Pennsic Classes that folks took online
Aug 20 – A&S meeting ideas
Aug 27 – Fiore’s Sword in One Hand – Learn about interpreting a 1409 manual’s text and illustrations into physical motion and how to apply the effective period technique to SCA rule sets. Class will be held on Google Meet with the meeting link also posted to the Discord channel and the Campfire Facebook page. Class Slides